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        Kaj4strom
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        1. How do I change the Font in a Forum Post?
        2. How do I Insert an Image into the Body of a Forum Post?

        —I attempted to post a question in the Windows Forum, but was stymied because I could not post any Win error messages (jpgs) and I will not manually copy lines and lines of error message code.  I only have the error messages in jpg format.

        —Attaching the error messages as JPGs would be worthless since the reader would not know what order to look at them and, more importantly, it would be too much work for the reader to go back and forth between the body of the post and attachments.

        —I searched the Knowledge Base unsuccessfully.

         

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        Bluetrix
        AskWoody MVP

        How do I change the Font in a Forum Post? How do I Insert an Image into the Body of a Forum Post?

        The only font change you can make in a post is to make your text Bold or italics. This is done using the tool bar above your reply or topic creation.

        To insert a graphic into the body of your message, look below your message for options before submitting.

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